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Dryden, his characteristics. Fables: Knights'
Tale: Cock and Fox: Flower and Leaf: Good
Parson: Theodore and Honoria: Cymon and
Iphigenia. Alexander's Feast.
Waller: Amoret and Saccharissa: Panegyric on Cromwell: Phœbus and Daphne. Prior: Hen- ry and Emma: Solomon: Smaller pieces : Songs, Ballads, &c.
Addison: Campaign: Letter from Italy: Poem
to Kneller: Hymns: Translations. Parnell:
Hesiod, or the Rise of Woman: Fairy Tale:
Allegory on Man: Night-piece on Death:
Hermit: Battle of Frogs and Mice. Gay:
Rural Sports Trivia: The Fan: Shep-
herd's Week; remarks on Pastoral: Ballads:
Swift; character of Familiar Poetry: Cadenus
and Vanessa: Poems to Stella: Journal of a
Modern Lady: The Grand Question debated:
Mrs. Harris's Petition: Baucis and Philemon :
Imitations of Horace: Verses on his own
Return to Pope: Translation of Homer's Iliad
and Odyssey: Eloisa to Abelard: Rape of
the Lock; mock heroic; unworthy treat-
ment of the female sex: Essay on Criticism:
Essay on Man: Moral Essays: Imitations of
Horace Satires: Dunciad: Prologue to
Young, his character as a satirist: Love of
Faine; Paraphrase on Job. Elegiac measure:
On Blank Verse; compared with Rhyme. Mil-
ton: Mask of Comus: Allegro and Pensero-
Imitators of Milton. J. Philips: Splendid Shil-
ling On Didactic Poetry: Cyder. Arm-
strong: Art of Preserving Health. Dyer:
Fleece: Grongar Hill: Ruins of Rome.
· Akenside: Pleasures of the Imagination: Hymn
to the Naiads: Inscriptions. Thomson: Sea-
sons: Liberty, &c.
Return to Rhyme. Gray: Ode to Spring: Pro- spect of Eton College: Hymn to Adversity: Fatal Sisters: Pindaric Odes: Progress of Poesy: Bard Elegy in a Country Church- yard: Fragments. Mason: his Odes: Ele- gies.
Collins: his Eclogues: Odes. Akenside's Odes.
Smollett's Ode to Independence. Laureate
Allegorical Poetry: Spenser's Faery Queen.
Imitations of Spenser: Thomson's Castle of
Indolence. Shenstone's School-mistress.
Poets taken without classifying. Want of judg-
ment in the collections. Tickell. Garth. Con-
greve. Rowe. E. Moore's Fables. Lyttelton.